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Yukon Spring

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  • Yukon Spring (Yukon-Spring)  Aviation Art

 Product Description

L/E of 350
S/N by the Artist - John Young
Image Size: 12" x 10.25"
Paper Size: 18.25" x 17"
Edition Status: Regular Edition sold out at Publisher in 1994

Plane Type:Noorduyn Norseman

The rugged Canadian-built Norseman is a classic bush airplane of the north country. A tough, safe and versatile utility airplane, the Norseman was first flown in 1935 and has been a workhose ever since. The main version built by Noorduyn before WW2 was the Norseman IV; at least a hundred of the Montreal-built Norseman were used by the RCAF during the war as the main general light utility airplane. The Norseman remained in RCAF service until the mid-1950s when they were replaced by the DHC-3 Otter. A postwar version, the heavier Norseman V was built by the Canadian Car & Foundry Company who had obtained the rights to the Norseman in the Spring of 1946. The Norseman has long been a mainstay of Canadian and Alaskan bush pilots. PLANE JUNKIE - Yukon Spring by John Young (Secondary Market Print)

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